And they’re releasing it next month.
Yes, friends — Cult of Luna have announced that on September 17, they’ll release Vertikal II through Density Records.
The 4-track release contains over 30 minutes of music and is available to pre-order here.
The Swedish band released their sixth full-length album Vertikal in January.
This fall, Cult of Luna co-headlines a run with Katatonia.
That tour starts in Boston, Massachusetts, on September 23.
“Vertikal II is the continuation of our journey into the harshness of the monotone city landscape,” commented Johannes Persson.
“The songs were written during the Vertikal-session and we always intended them to be released close to the album. Justin Broadrick’s remix was not a part of the original plan but since it came out phenomenally good we thought that it would fit perfectly as closer of the whole Vertikal-project. With Vertikal II, we complete and end a chapter that, for the last few years, have been a big part of our lives. Now we leave the inner city and look up into the vast void above.”
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